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cblagojevic [Working systematically in Germany: Bergmann, Bruno, Hermann, Hörster, Steinmüller, Kersten, Klinkenberg and the Philips Experimental House]
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-===== Working systematically in Germany: Hörster, Steinmüller and the Philips Experimental House =====+===== Working systematically in Germany: ​Bergmann, Bruno, Hermann, ​Hörster, Steinmüller, Kersten, Klinkenberg ​and the Philips Experimental House =====
  
-{{:​picopen:​philips_experimentierhaus.jpg?​300 }} <- ** The Philips Experimental House (from: Hörster et al))**\\ \\ parallel ​to the Scandinavian and American developments, ​systematic study of energy-efficient buildings was carried out in Germany by H. Hörster (research group leader), ​B. Steinmüller (building models and simulations) and others, with funding by the Federal Ministry of Research. A super-insulated experimental house, built in 1974/75, equipped with ground heat exchangers, controlled ventilation,​ solar and heat pump technology and “inhabited” by a computer served as a test and calibration ​object ​for computer models, used to explore the opportunities ​of energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources. These studies showed potential energy savings ​by a factor ​of 10 to 20 with passive measures alone for Europe and America, thus proving that such measures are an important step on the way to energy efficient buildings.+{{:​picopen:​philips_experimentierhaus.jpg?​300 }} <- ** The Philips Experimental House (from: Hörster et al))**\\ \\ Parallel ​to the Scandinavian and American developments,​ systematic study of energy-efficient buildings was carried out in Germany by DrHorst Hörster (research group leader), ​DrBernd Steinmüller (building models and simulations), Dr. Günther Bergmann, Dr. Richard Bruno, Dr. Wilhelm Hermann, Dr. Reinhard Kersten, ​and Ing. Klaus Klinkenberg, with funding ​provided ​by the Federal Ministry of Research. A super-insulated experimental house, built in 1974/​75 ​in Aachen, equipped with ground heat exchangers, controlled ventilation,​ solar and heat pump technology and “inhabited” by a computerserved as a test and calibration ​laboratory ​for computer models, used to explore the possibilities ​of energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources. These studies showed ​the potential ​for energy savings ​in the order of 10 to 20 times for Europe and America ​using passive measures alone, thus proving that such measures are an important step on the way to energy efficient buildings. Dr. Bernd Steinmüller has been engaged again in research on efficient buildings since 1997 and continues to be a pioneer, disseminating original ideas worldwide
  
-Experiences from this project ​also were incorporated into Passive House research from the very beginning.\\+Experiences from this project were incorporated into Passive House research from the very beginning. \\
  
 Read more: [[Basics:​The Passive House - historical review:​Passive versus Active Measures in Europe & America]]. See also [[Basics:​The Passive House - historical review#​Literature|[Hörster 1980] ]]. Read more: [[Basics:​The Passive House - historical review:​Passive versus Active Measures in Europe & America]]. See also [[Basics:​The Passive House - historical review#​Literature|[Hörster 1980] ]].
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